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WHO WOULD BE ON YOUR ULTIMATE ALL-STAR TEAM?
Briann JanuaryI would put Gandhi on my team for good energy. I just feel like he would be able to put everybody together and put them in a good place to be successful. I feel like he’d be the key to success.
Maya MooreDefinitely my best friend. Her name is Liz, we played AAU together and she went on to play basketball at Army for West Point, she’s a point guard and the team captain, and now she’s serving in Germany. She’s one of the best people I know as far as just caring about people and striving for excellence and just truly a humble leader, a servant leader and I’m glad she’s serving our country and I’m glad that she’s the person that she is. She’d definitely make an all-star team.
Skylar DigginsAm I Kevin Durant-esque for saying my mom is my MVP? But other than my mom it would be Beyonce. But like my mom, she’s the real MVP, that’s real. (I don’t want to be the only one that didn’t say my mom because she’s really important. But definitely Beyonce would be like my first team, she would be a starter. You know, she’d be like the MVP of the all-star game.
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NNEKA AND MAYA
CHINEY AND TAMIKA
REPPIN' THE WEST
REPPIN' THE EAST
This morning, WNBA All-Stars Cappie Pondexter, Shoni Schimmel, Chiney Ogwumike, Maya Moore, Glory Johnson, and Brittney Griner led a clinic for children from the Boys and Girls Clubs in the Phoenix area. They led the kids in baskeball drills, gave tips on healthy eating and exercise habits, and even gave a few dance lessons.
WNBA ALL-STARS ARRIVE IN PHOENIX
BEHIND THE NUMBERS: WNBA ALL-STAR EDITION
The 2014 WNBA All-Star has as much talent and starpower as ever before with not only the league’s biggest stars putting up banner numbers, but also some of its newest members showing their worth early on – even landing a place in WNBA All-Star history.
The marquee All-Star numbers this year even stretch beyond the court. While this year's All Stars have racked up many points, blocks and steals over the course of the season, they have also racked up numbers in terms of fans, followers and dollars donated to charity.
MEET YOUR 2014 EASTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STARS
The East will be hard to beat this year with Skylar Diggins making a starting appearance and vets like Tamika Catchings and Cappie Pondexter bringing the experience. Meet the rest of your 2014 WNBA Eastern Conference All-Stars.
MEET YOUR 2014 WESTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STARS
The West is stacked this year with two starters (Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner) from the 18-3 home-team Mercury. Meet the rest of your 2014 WNBA Western Conference All-Stars.
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